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/ 3 years ago /

 Article by Brenda Wong

#DebutTalk Live Twitter Chat Recap: Mental Health at Work (featuring NHS Graduate Scheme)

Our latest #DebutTalk Live Twitter Chat tackled our trickiest topic yet: mental health at work. We were joined by the wonderful people over at the NHS Graduate Scheme for what we felt was a truly insightful and revealing hour of conversation.

This week’s chat was our most popular yet, resulting in us trending at no.5 in the United Kingdom for a little while! We picked the best answer tweets from the bunch in our little recap here:

Q1. Why do you think more young people are experiencing mental health problems today?

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Q2. How do you think employers should best support employees with mental health issues?

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Q3. Should you be obligated to disclose any mental health struggles when you start your job?

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Q4. How can you support your fellow colleagues with mental health issues?

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Q5. What’s your best tip for self-caring whilst at work?

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Q6. Do you think today’s workplace culture makes it easier or more difficult to maintain good mental health? Why?

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Q7. Bonus Question: Tell us about your workplace mental health experiences.

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